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SubjectRe: gcc-2.95.3 vs gcc-3.0.4
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>[ Of course, if you can wink-in the object file from someone else,
> it's not a problem. (tum, tee tum...) ]
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ClearCase inspired? ( tum, tee tum ... )
That's great if you have a fast network conection, eg, using the wink-in
feature with
CC, sometimes with slow or overloaded network it take more time wink-in
a object
then compile it from scrash. Winking in object-files over internet may
not always be optimal.

In case wih Linux kernel, you must wink in a object from someone that
have exaclty the
same kernel version and configuration, that may be a complex task to
solve ...

/Benny

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